Jane Faber was born on October 19, 1880 in Ixelles, Brabant, Belgien. She was a French Actress, known for Fantômas (1913), Le mort qui tue (1913), Fantômas contre Fantômas (1914), Jane Faber's first movie on record is from 1911. Jane Faber died on May 13, 1968 in Clichy-la-Garenne. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1922.
Jane Faber Filmography [Auszug]
1922: [09.15] L' écuyère (Cast: Mademoiselle Tournade), Directed by Léonce Perret, with Jean Angelo, , Valentine Petit,
1916:  L' Hôtel du libre échange (Cast), Directed by Marcel Simon, with Armand Lurville,
1914: [05.08] Le faux magistrat (Fantômas V) (Cast: Princesse Danidoff), Directed by Louis Feuillade, with René Navarre, Eugène Bréon, Georges Melchior,
1914: [03.13] Fantômas contre Fantômas (Fantômas versus Fantômas, Fantomas Against Fantomas) (Cast: Princesse Danidoff), Directed by Louis Feuillade, with René Navarre, Eugène Bréon, Georges Melchior,
1913: [11.28] Le mort qui tue (The Dead Man Who Killed, Fantômas III) (Cast: La princesse Danidoff), Directed by Louis Feuillade, with René Navarre, Eugène Bréon, Georges Melchior,
1913: [05.09] Fantômas (Cast: Prinzessin Danidoff), Directed by Louis Feuillade, with René Navarre, Eugène Bréon, Georges Melchior,
1911: [08.22] L' âme du violon (The Soul of the Violin) (Cast), Directed by Léonce Perret, with Yvette Andréyor, Léonce Perret, ,
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